- A handsome and substantial Grade II listed property offered for sale with the added benefit of no onward chain.
- Tastefully presented and generously proportioned throughout, providing plenty of living space that ticks all the boxes.
- During our clients ownership the property has undergone extensive and successful renovations being mindful and sympathetic to its age.
- Enjoying characterful accommodation throughout including exposed walls, beams and trusses, inglenook fireplace.
- Attractively appointed kitchen with Rangemaster cooker and stunning granite work tops and separate utility room
- Four double bedrooms serviced by two beautifully appointed bathrooms with baths and walk-in showers
- Having two formal reception rooms with wood burning stoves, office/games room and ground floor cloakroom
- Delightful south facing walled gardens, stone built studio, ample driveway parking and detached garage.
A superb opportunity to purchase this handsome Grade II listed beautifully appointed detached property, built of local Blue Lias stone with characterful features throughout, enjoying a private position that is secured within delightful walled gardens. Ideal for families and retired buyers alike ideally situated in the desirable village of Charlton Mackrell.
The accommodation is both tastefully presented and generously proportioned throughout, providing plenty of living space that ticks all the boxes. During our clients ownership the property has undergone extensive and successful renovations being mindful and sympathetic to its age.
The main entrance door, sheltered by an attractive tiled storm porch, opens into the entrance hall, here stairs ascend to the first floor and doors lead off to the dining room, sitting room and cloakroom. The sitting room, with feature wood-burning stove, is an excellent size reception room with plenty of space for sofas and freestanding display furniture and at one end French doors open out on to the garden and another door takes you into an office/playroom. A charming dining room leads conveniently off the kitchen, where an inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove provides a characterful focal point. Continue into kitchen, beautifully appointed with an attractive range of base and drawer units with stunning granite worktops incorporating a breakfast bar. Appliances include a built in dishwasher, drinks fridge and space for a 5 burner Rangemaster cooker and American fridge/freezer. Completing the ground floor accommodation, the rear porch has a door out to the side of the property, space for coats and boots and door to the utility room, attractively appointed with base units, work tops, sink unit, space for a washing machine. The Vailliant gas fired boiler is also located here.
To the first floor, vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and trusses create both appealing and characterful accommodation. Affording four double bedrooms, with the principal bedroom having the advantage of built in wardrobes. All serviced by two stunningly appointed bathrooms. Fitted with a panelled bath, double walk-in shower cubicle, built-in storage units incorporating the WC and wash basin.
Approached from Peddles Lane via a gated access onto the drive, affording ample off road parking and leading up to the detached double garage; fitted with up and over door, power, light, window and pedestrian door. The site as a whole is enclosed by the original blue lias stone boundary wall, both a practical and attractive feature. Enjoy two garden areas, ideally suited to families and keen gardeners alike. The first extends from the front elevation and is laid to lawn with a covered well, established shrub borders and decked terrace with uplighters; great for entertaining and al fresco dining, and connecting the house with a delightful stone outbuilding; with french doors, power and light; a perfect studio or hot tub room. The second wallet garden lies beyond the garage, is private with a sunny aspect, would make the perfect kitchen/flower garden. Alternatively, a separate garden for the children.
Charlton Mackrell is a favoured village 8 miles to the south east of Street and 4 miles from the A303 Podimore Junction. The village provides a primary school and parish church and the neighbouring village of Charlton Adam offers a village stores, church and a pub. The market town of Somerton is just 4 miles away offering excellent facilities to include a supermarket, shops, doctor’s surgery, pharmacy, post office, a choice of pubs, bistros and restaurants. Other nearby places include Street the home of Clarks Village and Millfield, the historic towns of Glastonbury, Sherborne and Yeovil providing shopping and business facilities. Situated amidst glorious countryside yet is only six minutes drive of the A303 Podimore Junction enabling good access to the Home Counties and west to Devon and Cornwall. The Dorset coast is also easily accessible being within an hours drive.
Travelling along the B3153 from Somerton towards Keinton Mandeville and the A37 turn right signposted Charlton Mackrell. Continue for approximately one mile, as you approach a sharp right hand bend turn left into Peddles Lane. The Coach House is identified a short distance on your right hand side.